Widgets Magazine
  • OnCue buys Founders Bank property

    Convenience store giant OnCue Express is continuing its aggressive expansion in Central Oklahoma with the purchase of a high-profile property.

    The company recently purchased the site that was originally home to Founders Bank on N. May Avenue and north of Northwest Expressway.

    The property was lasted occupied by Bank of America but when they vacated, the landmark mid-century building was demolished in October 2018.

    The underlying land had been on the market for over a year before OnCue made the purchase for $2.65 million in November. They also acquired a parking lot directly south from the owners of the Wyndham Hotel, which is currently closed and being renovated into a Radisson.

    All together, OnCue paid $3.26 million for the three acres.

    The Stillwater-based company recently opened at Blackwelder and Northwest Expressway and currently has nearly 50 locations open or planned in the Oklahoma City area. OnCue has been adding grills featuring hot food to new and existing stores.

    OnCue at NW Expressway and Blackwelder
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